Meera Stephen
TitleCited byYear
Charge transport and its characterization using photo‐CELIV in bulk heterojunction solar cells
M Stephen, K Genevičius, G Juška, K Arlauskas, RC Hiorns
Polymer International 66 (1), 13-25, 2017
Investigation of phase separation in bulk heterojunction solar cells via supramolecular chemistry
RBK Siram, M Stephen, F Ali, S Patil
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (18), 9129-9136, 2013
Sterically controlled azomethine ylide cycloaddition polymerization of phenyl-C 61-butyric acid methyl ester
M Stephen, HH Ramanitra, HS Silva, S Dowland, D Bégué, K Genevičius, ...
Chemical communications 52 (36), 6107-6110, 2016
Degradation effects on charge carrier transport in P3HT: PCBM solar cells studied by Photo-CELIV and ToF
M Stephen, S Karuthedath, T Sauermann, K Genevičius, G Juška
Organic Photovoltaics XV 9184, 918424, 2014
Main‐chain alternating fullerene and dye oligomers for organic photovoltaics
M Stephen, S Dowland, A Gregori, HH Ramanitra, H Santos Silva, ...
Polymer International 66 (3), 388-398, 2017
Charge carrier transport properties in ternary Si-PCPDTBT: P3HT: PCBM solar cells
J Važgėla, M Stephen, G Juška, K Genevičius, K Arlauskas
Lithuanian Journal of Physics 57 (1), 2017
The effect of polymer solar cell degradation on charge carrier dynamics in benzodithiophene-diketopyrrolopyrrole polymers
M Stephen, GE Morse, N Blouin, O Lozman, K Genevičius, G Juška
Materials Chemistry and Physics 183, 485-489, 2016
Precursor Route Poly (1, 4-phenylenevinylene)-Based Interlayers for Perovskite Solar Cells
K Rakstys, M Stephen, J Saghaei, H Jin, M Gao, G Zhang, K Hutchinson, ...
ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2020
Hole-transporting materials for low donor content organic solar cells: Charge transport and device performance
W Jiang, C Tao, M Stolterfoht, H Jin, M Stephen, Q Lin, RCR Nagiri, ...
Organic Electronics 76, 105480, 2020
Charge Transport and Novel Poly (fullerene) s in Organic Photovoltaics
M Stephen
Vilnius University, 2016
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